CBS Eye on Veterans: Biohazard, Business Loans & Bigfoot

CBS Eye on Veterans interviews a nurse about COVID-19, the SBA and a Marine Corps veteran who photographed what many believe is Bigfoot in West Virginia
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By Connecting Vets

This week on CBS Eye on Veterans:

COVID-19 Exposure at Walter Reed

A nurse at Walter Reed Medical Center talks about how Emergency Rooms are dealing with the coronavirus

We hear the dramatic story of an ER nurse at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, that became sick, after working with a patient who tested positive for COVID-19. 

For Small Business owners, help has arrived

SBA's Carol Chastang talks about loans available for businesses affected by the coronavirus pandemic.

Many veteran small business owners are struggling to stay afloat right now. But help is available. We talk with Carol Chastang about how business owners can receive Economic Injury Disaster Loans from the US Small Business Administration. To apply click here

Did a Marine veteran find Bigfoot in WV?

Did Marine veteran Billy Humphrey capture Bigfoot in this photograph?

Marine Corps veteran Billy Humphrey knew something was eating the feed he was putting out near his deer stand in the woods of southern West Virginia. But one day while investigating the area, he photographed a creature many believe to be "Bigfoot". 

In our interview, he described multiple encounters with the creature and how he initially feared sharing the photo because of possible ridicule.  Surprisingly, since his story was published in West Virginia Explorer Magazine, he has been met with support, stories from other residents and researchers who are investigating the area. 

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